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Mandarin Chinese Teaching

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by Fishdd, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. I am in the middle of a one year Primary PGCE at Sheffield Hallam and will be seeking a NQT position from September 2012. Although my PGCE is at primary level, as a native Mandarin speaker, I would really like to move into Mandarin teaching at either primary or secondary level.
    Is there a best way for me to approach this? Is there anyone in particular who may be able to help in such a move?
    I was previously an English teacher in China and have been working as a teaching assistant in the UK since 2005, at both primary and secondary schools. I have university graduations from China but also have a BA(Hons) from the University of Hull.
    Thanks.
     
  2. I am in the middle of a one year Primary PGCE at Sheffield Hallam and will be seeking a NQT position from September 2012. Although my PGCE is at primary level, as a native Mandarin speaker, I would really like to move into Mandarin teaching at either primary or secondary level.
    Is there a best way for me to approach this? Is there anyone in particular who may be able to help in such a move?
    I was previously an English teacher in China and have been working as a teaching assistant in the UK since 2005, at both primary and secondary schools. I have university graduations from China but also have a BA(Hons) from the University of Hull.
    Thanks.
     
  3. doctorinthetardis

    doctorinthetardis New commenter

    Reading your post, I immediately thought that you could work in an International School as a Chinese Teacher. I've seen a lot of Chinese Teacher vacancies recently and I guess with degrees from England and your previous teaching experience both internationally and in the UK, you're definitely well qualified and ina good position to be applying! Good luck.
     

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